Introductions to Squeak
Last updated at 2:38 am UTC on 11 February 2014
This page has several ways for programmers to get started with Squeak.
For non-programmers, see Squeakland.
For WebWareWriters, see Seaside, it'll change the way of your Squeak life;) It's well documented and easy to learn. (–Jigme, China)
There is a list of recommended books at Smalltalk & Squeak books
Overviews and Reference
Note: I may replace this list with a link to my in-progress Tutorial List –Matthew Fulmer
Tutorials step you through using Squeak for the first time.
(To the tutorial authors: Please include the Squeak version number which your tutorial was written to work with. It's okay if your tutorial doesn't work perfectly with the latest Squeak, as long as it works well with a named (non-alpha) version of Squeak.)
Squeak learning resources on the Internet:
(NB these are all at least 10 years out of date!)
Ultimately, to learn Smalltalk, you have to spend some time programming in it. The below exercises make terrific practice.
See Learning How to Fish for useful walkthroughs on investigating the Squeak system